US Masters Tournament Schedule 2024 – Dates, Times, and Rounds

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The first major golfing tournament of the year is just a few weeks away as the best golfers in the world come together at Augusta National for the US Masters. Taking place from April 8th up until the 14th, the excitement among sports fans is building to see who will be sporting the iconic green jacket. Below, we have provided a breakdown of the week of exciting golfing action from the Masters from the practice round through to the final day. Continue reading below for everything you need to know.

Monday & Tuesday, April 8-9: Practice Rounds

Kickstarting the event is the practice rounds, where the players explore the course and work on their game in preparation for the main event. It is also one of the very few opportunities that cameras are allowed on the course to get some pictures of the pros.

Wednesday, April 10th: Par 3 Contest

The Par 3 contest takes place on a separate 9-hole/par-27 course that is located on the northeast corner of Augusta National. The players tend to have members of their family, and sometimes their children caddy for them in this contest, a nice family affair that is part competition, part stress relief. This is content that helps settle some players and prepares them for the start of the first tournament the following day.

Thursday, April 11th: First Round of the Masters, 8am Start

Thursday, 8am, the big day. The first day of the first tournament round kicks off. Starting with a tournament tradition of an honorary tee-off to mark the start of the Masters. Last year saw Tom Watson, Jack Nicklaus, and Gary Player take part. Now it is time for what everyone has been waiting for as the full field of golfing greats gets started.

Friday, April 12th: Second Round of the Masters, 8am Start

After the first tournament round, Friday sees the action continue as the players compete in the second round, usually around the course in threesomes. This is the start of the tournament crunch time, with only the top 50 scorers making it beyond this day, or those within 10 strokes of the leader will advance into the third round on Saturday.

Saturday, April 13th: Third Round of the Masters, 10am Start

There is a slightly later start for the players on Saturday as the third round gets started. Based on their scores so far, the players will tee off in reverse order in the third round. The golfers furthest behind the leader begin the day, with the closest to the leaders teeing off later throughout the day. Typically, the Saturday and Sunday rounds are played with two players per group.

Sunday, April 14th: Final Day of the US Masters, 10am Start

The big day, the final day of the US Masters. Who will be crowned Masters champion and claim that green jacket? The leaders will tee off around 2-3pm in the afternoon, and the actions aim to be concluded by 7pm when the presentation of the iconic green jacket is started and given to the Masters champion.


Who won the 2023 Masters Tournament?

Last year's US Masters tournament was won by Jon Rahm. The Spaniard secured his first green jacket and second career major with a performance that made it look like just another day on the golf course.

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Has anyone won back-to-back masters?

Yes – three golfers have secured back-to-back Masters championships: Jack Nicklaus, Nick Faldo, and Tiger Woods. Jon Rahm will be hoping to add his name to that list this year and become the fourth.

What player has won the most Masters tournaments?

Guest at the 2023 Masters on the first day of the tournament, taking part in the honorary tee-off, Jack Nicklaus is the player who has won the most Masters tournaments, having won 6 times.

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